15 Easy and Festive Halloween Treats

Halloween is the perfect time to get creative with fun and spooky treats that kids will love. Here are some ideas for Halloween party treats that are both delicious and entertaining.

**1. **Monster Apple Bites:**

   – Slice green apples into wedges.

   – Spread peanut butter or almond butter on one side of each wedge.

   – Place mini marshmallows or slivered almonds on the nut butter to create “teeth.”

   – Press another apple wedge on top to make it look like a mouth with teeth.

**2. **Witch’s Broomsticks:**

   – Cut string cheese sticks in half.

   – Insert a pretzel stick into the cut end of the cheese to create a broomstick.

**3. **Spider Deviled Eggs:**

   – Prepare deviled eggs as usual.

   – Use black olives to create spider bodies (slices) and legs (cut into thin strips).

**4. **Mummy Hot Dogs:**

   – Wrap pre-cooked cocktail sausages in strips of crescent roll dough, leaving a small space for the “face.”

   – Bake until the dough is golden brown.

   – Use mustard or ketchup to create “eyes” on the face.

**5. **Pumpkin Rice Krispie Treats:**

   – Make Rice Krispie treats as per the recipe.

   – Mold the mixture into pumpkin shapes and use green M&M’s or candy for the stem.

**6. **Candy Corn Fruit Parfaits:**

   – Layer pineapple chunks (yellow), mandarin orange segments (orange), and whipped cream or yogurt (white) in clear cups to resemble candy corn.

**7. **Eyeball Punch:

   – Freeze small grapes or lychee fruits in ice cube trays.

   – Add these “eyeball” ice cubes to a punch bowl of fruit punch or lemon-lime soda.

**8. **Mini Pumpkin Oranges:**

   – Peel small oranges or clementines.

   – Insert a small piece of celery into the top to resemble a pumpkin stem.

**9. **Halloween Popcorn Mix:**

   – Mix popcorn, pretzels, mini marshmallows, and candy corn in a large bowl.

   – Drizzle with melted white chocolate and toss to coat.

**10. **Mummy Pizza:

     – Use refrigerated pizza dough to create mini pizza crusts.

     – Spread pizza sauce and cheese on each crust.

     – Use thin strips of mozzarella cheese to create a “mummy” effect on top.

**11. **Chocolate Covered Strawberry Ghosts:**

     – Dip strawberries in white chocolate and let them cool.

     – Use mini chocolate chips to create “eyes” and a “mouth” on the strawberries.

**12. **Creepy Crawly Jello Cups:**

     – Prepare clear Jello in cups.

     – Add gummy worms or other gummy insects before the Jello sets.

**13. **Pretzel Broomsticks:**

     – Insert a pretzel stick into the top of a Reese’s peanut butter cup to create a broomstick.

**14. **Monster Cookies:**

     – Bake sugar cookies and decorate them with colorful icing and candy eyes to create whimsical monsters.

**15. **Frankenstein Rice Krispie Treats:**

     – Mold Rice Krispie treats into rectangular shapes.

     – Decorate with green frosting, candy eyes, and chocolate chips for a Frankenstein face.

These Halloween party treats are sure to delight kids and add a playful touch to your spooky celebration. Remember to have fun with the decorations and let your creativity shine!

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